The Convention on the Rights of the Child is an international treaty adopted by the United Nations on November 20, 1989, establishing global standards to ensure the protection, survival, and development of all children, without discrimination.
Abuses against Montagnards in Vietnam
Violence, Neglect, and Isolation for Children with Disabilities in Russian Orphanages
Children in Alternative Care in Japan
Airstrikes on civilians & medical facilities in Syria; International Workers' Day in Turkey & Egypt; sexual slavery in Lebanon; deaths at sea off Libya; freedom of expression in Iraq; India caving in to China; accountability & the Asian Development Bank; and Philippines presidential candidates.